It was cold and rainy (actually some snow flurries) and we needed something to do with our kids. Earth Science Museum it was and it was a great pick. The kids had a blast wandering around. They have a scavenger hunt they give for the kids to help them find things and stay engaged. It is rather small, they say it's over 3000 square feet, but that is roughly the size of good size house, so not very big. But it is only $5 per person and free for very little ones. Bought the kids a geode at the end that the staff cracked open for us right there. My kids loved it! And the staff was amazing how they went over all the minerals inside the geode for them and explained everything. Would definitely recommend it for families with younger kids (mine are 3 and 7) visiting the area. It is very hard to find as it is in the basement of the art musuem and signage is limited so possibly call ahead and ask for specific directions.
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